7 Unique Sports Experiences That Can Only Be Found In Sentosa

Home to 3 pristine beaches, Universal Studios Singapore theme park, 120 F&B dining options and more, Sentosa is the biggest must-visit tourist destination in Singapore.

Bearing the title of the “State of Fun”, Sentosa also offers a whole bunch of unique sports experiences that can only be found within the island.

Break your routine and head to Sentosa for mega fun ways to exercise!

Only In Sentosa

1. Watch The Singapore MX Beach Race For Free!

The Singapore MX Beach Race is back for another round of high adrenaline action on the beaches of Sentosa!

The Motocross beach race has riders racing their dirt bikes in the sand, a challenging terrain even for the most experienced racers.

Image Credit: Singapore MX Beach Race
Image Credit: Singapore MX Beach Race

This year’s event will see riders battle it out over 3 rounds of racing for the coveted title of Singapore’s first-ever Motocross National Champion.

If you’re an extreme sports fan or just looking for some excitement, this is an event you won’t want to miss.

Singapore MX Beach Race
Venue: Siloso Beach
Date: 5 – 6 May
Time: 11am – 6pm
Price: Free
Website

2. Bungy Jump At AJ Hackett Sentosa

AJ Hackett houses Singapore’s first and only bungy tower, standing 50m above the ground on Sentosa’s Siloso Beach.

There are 3 activities for you to choose from to get your adrenaline pumping.

Drop and swoop on the Giant Swing with your family members or test your will and conquer your acrophobia on the 47m Bungy Jump.

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Image Credit: Sentosa

From now till 30 June 2018, experience the Bungy Jump for just $139 NETT (U.P: $199), or bring 2 friends and try the Giant Swing together (good for 3 pax) for just $99 NETT (U.P: $237).

AJ Hackett Sentosa
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 1pm – 7pm, Sat – Sun: 12pm – 8pm
Website

3. JetPack/JetBlade At Ola Beach Club

Ola Beach Club is a watersports centre, beach club, family playground, as well as a wedding and party venue rolled into one.

The most unique watersport activity here? The JetPack and JetBlade.

These are water-propelled jetpacks that can elevate you up to 30 feet in the air. Basically, you’re flying thanks to controlled water pressure blasting you into the air.

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Image Credit: Sentosa

If you feel safer on the water, go for a relaxing kayak or paddle around on a Paddleboard.

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To experience the wind in your face, hop on the Banana Boat that can accommodate up to 10 riders.

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Head over to Ola Beach Club on a Tuesday and you’ll get to enjoy the ‘Twos-Day 1-For-1’ deal where you and your friend will get to enjoy 2 watersport activities for the price of 1.

That’s not all. On weekends, Ola Beach Club is offering a ‘Hangout Weekend’ package where you can experience 4 different watersport activities (Standup Paddleboard, Donut Ride, Banana Boat, Kayaking) for just $85 NETT (U.P: $110).

These 2 promotions are available till 30 June 2018.

Ola Beach Club
Opening Hours: Sun – Fri: 10am – 10pm, Sat & PH Eve: 10am – 12am
Website

4. Flowboard At Wave House Sentosa

Wave House Sentosa is the first in Singapore to offer high-adrenaline flowboarding on their world famous Double FlowRider® and 10-­foot FlowBarrel® wave rides.

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The Wave House Sentosa Flow Jam 2018 happening on 5 May is a flowboarding competition featuring a sunset BBQ, DJ sets, and high-performance surf shredding action!

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Wave House Sentosa isn’t just for the adults. Kids can try their hand at surfing at the Flow Camp on 22 June 2018!

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Suitable for kids aged between 5 and 13, the Flow Camp will include a 2-hour Flow Riding session, a ride on the Singapore Cable Car, educational tours at the Butterfly Park and Insect Kingdom, Beach Games and Safety Talk, as well as DIY Snack making.

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The Flow Camp can take up to a maximum of 30 participants so be sure to register early!

At Wave House Sentosa, you’ll also get to enjoy 1-for-1 promotions on their food, drinks, and wave rides on Wednesdays!

Wave House Sentosa
FlowBarrel
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Fri – Sun: 12.15pm – 8.45pm, Tue, Thu: Closed

FlowRider
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 12pm – 9pm, Sat – Sun: 11am – 9pm
Website

5. Indoor Skydiving At iFly Singapore

iFly Singapore is the world’s largest themed wind tunnel for indoor skydiving.

As part of the iFly Singapore indoor skydiving experience, you will receive professional training and guidance from their certified instructors, complimentary gear rental, as well as the actual skydiving experience.

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If you’ve always wanted to try skydiving but you’re still unable to conquer your fear of jumping out of a plane, then iFly Singapore is the place to go.

They have multiple packages for different audiences and occasions.

Currently there’s an ongoing ‘First Timer Challenge Package’ promotion where you get the 2nd package at 30% discount when you buy the first package ($119).

This is the perfect opportunity for you and a friend to experience indoor skydiving!

iFly Singapore
Opening Hours: Mon, Tue, Thu – Sun: 9am – 9.30pm, Wed: 11am – 9.30pm
Website

6. Zipline At Mega Adventure Park

Mega Adventure Park at Sentosa is home to the MegaZip, MegaClimb, MegaBounce, and MegaJump.

At 75m high and 450m long, the MegaZip is the first 3-wire zipline that takes you from the jungle canopy of Imbiah Hill to Siloso Beach at speeds of 60kph.

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If that’s not exhilarating, we don’t know what is.

If you’re up for a challenge, the MegaClimb is a high ropes adventure course for you and your friends.

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The MegaJump lets you replicate the experience of a free fall parachute jump with a 15m drop with a stunning view of ocean, jungle and white sandy beaches.

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For the young ones, test your acrobatics on MegaBounce, the dynamic bungee assisted trampolines! bounce up to 8m high on any of the 4 trampolines on the beach with instructors and harnesses ensuring safety throughout.

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From now till 30 June 2018, buy any 2 packages at Mega Adventure and get 1 package for free!

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Mega Adventure Park
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 7pm
Last entry for Conquerer package: 5pm
Last entry for High Flyer package: 5.30pm
Last entry for Thrill Seeker package: 6pm
Website

7. Segway Through Sentosa With Gogreen Segway

While not necessarily a sport, we argue that controlling a Segway is tougher than it looks.

The Gogreen Segway offers a fun and unique experience of exploring Sentosa.

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The Segway Fun Ride is an introductory riding experience along Siloso Beach that will allow you to master the Segway and explore Sentosa. Buy 2 Fun Rides (800m) at $25 each from now till 30 June 2018, and get 1 free!

There is also the Eco Adventure which takes you on a scenic ride along the beaches of Sentosa. The 30 minutes Eco Adventure brings you to either Siloso or Palawan Beach.

Gogreen Segway Eco Adventure
Opening Hours: Daily: 10am – 7.30pm
Website

If you’re not looking for any intense unique sports experiences and just want to do your ‘own thing’, Sentosa has plenty of cycling, jogging and walking trails, as well as 3 beaches for beach games such as volleyball, soccer, and even frisbee!

Sentosa is the one-stop spot for adrenaline junkies, athletes, sports enthusiasts and even families looking for a fun day out!

Have you planned your next visit to Sentosa?

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(Header Image Source: Wave House Sentosa)

 
 
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